Louis joined SitePoint in 2009 as a technical editor, and has since moved over into a web developer role at Flippa. He enjoys hip-hop, spicy food, and all things geeky.
SitePoint Podcast #106: Don’t Be Kleenex
MySpace revenue in the rearview; blogging with static files; and insecurity at MySQL.com. This week on the SitePoint podcast, your regular hosts Kevin Yank, Patrick O’Keefe, Stephan Segraves, and Brad Williams are back to discuss the week’s events on the Web.
SitePoint Podcast #105: There’s Something About Mobile with Max Wheeler and Myles Eftos
Does responsive web design make dedicated mobile pages obsolete? Are native apps better than mobile web apps? Louis discusses these questions and more with Max Wheeler and Myles Eftos.
HTML5 Quick Feature: Summary and Details
Louis gives us a quick tour of two lesser-known HTML5 elements: details and summary. With support just added to WebKit, now’s a great time to familiarize yourself with this new tool.
SitePoint Podcast #104: Free as in Podcast
This week on the show Kev and Louis discuss the release of IE9, Mozilla’s Web O’ Wonder, Twitter’s bold statements to app developers, and the true meaning of open source.
SitePoint Podcast #103: Ruby is Old Enough to Drink with Peter Cooper and Jason Seifer
This week on the podcast Louis interviews Peter Cooper and Jason Seifer of The Ruby Show about the latest happenings in the world of Ruby and Rails.
Regressive Enhancement with Modernizr and Yepnope
SitePoint Podcast #101: Web Design Business with Peter Williams
This week Louis Simoneau chats with Peter Williams, who answers listener questions about starting, running, and growing a successful web design business.
“Do Not Track” Preference Added to Firefox 4 Beta 11
The latest beta of the upcoming Firefox 4.0 browser includes an option for users to opt out of behavior tracking by websites and online advertisers, although it relies on those advertisers honoring users’ preferences. Louis investigates, and considers what this means for the future of online tracking.
What’s New in jQuery 1.5
WebKit Updates CSS3 Gradient Support, Matches Mozilla Syntax
WebKit recently updated its implementation of CSS3 gradients, and now employs the same, simpler, syntax as Mozilla Firefox. CSS3 fans everywhere rejoice!